Aracely Arambula said goodbye to her dear friend Rebecca with a heartfelt post on Instagram that said: “My beloved Rebbe always in our hearts @anaceliaurquidi I hug you tightly my blonde we will always remember our wonderful companion, great actress, friend who is an accomplice of laughter and joys fly high my dear loved and admired Rebeca thank you for so much #LaDoña “. Thus, Luis Miguel’s ex remembered her partner in La Doña, wrapped in sadness and memories.
The life of Rebecca Jones
The news of the death of the actress Rebecca Jones has shocked the world of entertainment in Mexico. Jones, who died at the age of 65, became one of the most important actresses on Mexican television thanks to her participation in several soap operas such as “Cuna de Lobos” or “Para volver a amar.”
Although no details have been provided about the causes of her death, it is known that the actress had had health problems in recent months. In November 2022, she was hospitalized for lung failure that led to pneumonia. Despite this, her representation agency reported that she was stable and with progressive improvements. On March 7, Rebecca Jones reappeared on his social networks after announcing his temporary retirement from acting.
Joneswho had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the past, managed to overcome the disease after several chemotherapies and surgery in 2019. Despite the health problems she faced in recent years, the actress always maintained a positive and grateful attitude towards your audience and your loved ones.
The news of his death has caused great shock and sadness among his followers and colleagues in the artistic environment, who have expressed their condolences and admiration for his talent and professionalism, among them Aracely Arambula. The actress will be remembered for her legacy on Mexican television and for her charisma and commitment to her work.
In the next few days there will be an emotional farewell for Rebecca Jones, as was his wish. From here, we send our condolences to his family, friends and followers. Rest in peace, Rebecca Jones.